Chocolate Biscoff Swirl Cookies

Chocolate cookie dough goes to another level when Biscoff is added to it.  Rolling the two doughs together creates these puffy two toned Chocolate Biscoff Swirl Cookies.

Chocolate Biscoff Swirl Cookies - chocolate and Biscoff cookie dough swirled into one fabulous cookie
You guys need these cookies in your life.  Like yesterday.

This cookie will become your new favorite cookie for sure.  We went through 3 batches in less than 5 days.  Now part of that was me tweaking the recipe to get it just right to share with all of you.  The taste was exactly what I was looking for, but I needed to adjust flour to make them puffier, change baking temps, and play with cooking time.

The third time was the charm because look at those cookies.  Soft and puffy with just the right amount of chocolate.  

Chocolate Biscoff Swirl Cookies - chocolate and Biscoff cookie dough swirled into one fabulous cookie
The idea for these cookies came from a picture I saw on Instagram.  Someone shared a picture of a jar with chocolate and cookie butter swirled together.  All I could think about was how that would make an awesome cookie.

It wasn’t very long before I headed into the kitchen to create a cookie with both flavors in it.

Chocolate Biscoff Swirl Cookies - chocolate and Biscoff cookie dough swirled into one fabulous cookie
The first batch had the right flavor I was looking for.  But when they came out of the oven, the Biscoff part of the cookie was flat.  The cookies were very odd looking.  It didn’t stop my kids from devouring them though.

I knew that just a little bit more flour would give the cookies the lift that I was looking for.  So the next day, round two in the kitchen happened.  My hubby made pizza right before I put the cookies in, and I totally forgot to check the oven temperature. #bakerfail

That batch of cookies came out still tasting awesome, but the edges were a little bit more brown than what I wanted.  So now we have a batch of flat/puffy cookies and a batch of all puffy but brown edges sitting in the kitchen.  My kids were in cookie heaven.  They discovered the magic of microwaving cookies for 10 seconds.  It turns a cold cookie into that fresh from the oven texture.  Pure magic!

Chocolate Biscoff Swirl Cookies - chocolate and Biscoff cookie dough swirled into one fabulous cookie

A few days later, I just couldn’t get those cookies out of my mind, so back to the kitchen for round 3.

My kids were so excited to hear that I was making another batch of these cookies.  All three of them have unanimously voted these the #1 cookie ever!!!

What makes these cookies so special?  These cookies have just the right blend of cookie butter with chocolate.  Each side compliments the other so well.

Chocolate Biscoff Swirl Cookies - chocolate and Biscoff cookie dough swirled into one fabulous cookie

The cookie starts as one cookie dough.  You will remove 1 cup of the cookie dough and set it aside.   This is where a little bit more flour gets added to the cookie dough.  If you leave it out, the cookie will be very flat.  A little more flour thickens it enough to give it the lift and puffiness that these cookies need.  Roll the dough into 20 even balls and refrigerate.

Now take the extra cookie dough that we set aside and add some dark cocoa powder and chocolate chips to it.  The extra cocoa powder is enough to thicken this cookie dough, so no extra flour is needed for these.  Roll these into 20 even dough balls and refrigerate.

The dough needs to refrigerate for at least 30 minutes if you want thick, puffy cookies.  You could bake the dough as soon as you make it, but the cookies will definitely spread more.  Another thing you can use for these cookies is a Silpat.  The rubber mat also gives the cookies something to grab onto so they won’t spread as much.  Again, it isn’t needed, but I definitely recommend it.  (Amazon is a great place to purchase this mat if you don’t have one already.)

Now for the baking fun.  Roll one dough ball of each flavor together.  I found that putting the two balls together and slightly flattening them with my palms before rolling worked great.  Each cookie will look completely different.   Place the two toned balls on a baking sheet and bake for 8 minutes.

Do not over bake the cookies!!!  They will look underdone when you remove the pan, but that is totally normal.  Leave them on the baking sheet for at least 2 minutes before moving to a piece of parchment paper on your counter.  The cookies will still continue to bake while they sit on the cookies sheets for that extra time.

Now resist the urge to dive smash a cookie into your mouth for at least a few more minutes.  Why?  Because hot chocolate chips and cookie dough will burn your taste buds right off.  Listen to me…I know!

Chocolate Biscoff Swirl Cookies - chocolate and Biscoff cookie dough swirled into one fabulous cookie

One more thing to remember.  These cookies are wonderful warmed up the next day.  Pop in the microwave for about 10 seconds and the fresh from the oven texture comes right back.  This makes them divine!!!


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Chocolate Biscoff Swirl Cookies

Prep Time: 45 minutes

Cook Time: 8 minutes

Yield: 20 cookies

Chocolate Biscoff Swirl Cookies

Chocolate and Biscoff cookie dough come together in one puffy cookie. These two flavors taste amazing when rolled together. Want that fresh from the oven taste every time? Microwave a cooled cookie for 8-10 seconds and enjoy.


1/2 cup butter, softened
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 egg
1/2 cup Biscoff spread
pinch of salt
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 1/4 cups flour, divided
1/2 Tablespoon cornstarch
1/4 cup dark cocoa powder
1 teaspoon milk
1/4 cup mini chocolate chips


  1. Cream together the butter, sugars, and vanilla. Add the egg and Biscoff and beat again. Sift together the salt, baking soda, 1 cup flour, and cornstarch. Slowly add to the creamed mixture.
  2. Remove 1 cup of cookie dough and set aside. Add the extra 1/4 cup flour to the remaining cookie dough in the bowl. Roll into 20 even dough balls and place in the refrigerator.
  3. Take the reserved cookie dough and stir in the cocoa powder and milk until mixed. Stir in the chocolate chips gently. Roll into 20 even dough balls and place in the refrigerator. Refrigerate the cookie dough balls at least 30 minutes.
  4. Remove the dough from the refrigerator. Roll one Biscoff ball with one chocolate ball. Slightly flatten each one together, then roll into a ball. Repeat with remaining dough balls.
  5. Place cookie dough balls on a baking sheet and bake at 375 degrees for 8-9 minutes. Remove from the oven and let sit on the hot baking sheet for 2 minutes before moving them to a piece of parchment paper on the counter. Let cool completely. Store in a sealed container. Makes 20 cookies.

A few other Biscoff recipes that will rock your world:

Biscoff Brownies

Biscoff Fluff Brownies

Apple Biscoff Crumble Pizza

Apple Biscoff Crumble Pizza

White Chocolate Biscoff Cheesecakes

White Chocolate Biscoff Cheesecakes

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  1. Kentuckylady717 says

    Yum, these really look good, but a bit too much trouble for me :)I want easy and simple….
    but I would definitely try them if you want to send me some LOL… your recipes Jocelyn…..

    • says

      These really aren’t difficult to make at all. You are just combining 2 doughs into one cookie. They are definitely worth the little extra effort! I am so glad you love all the crazy recipes I share :-)

  2. Jacqui says

    OMGOSH!!! I made these today!!! They are FAB!!! The cookies are gorgeous!!! I could not find the mini chocolate chips so I just used the regular size ones that I had in the freezer.’ So yummy!!!

  3. Kim says

    Hi Jocelyn. Please could you let me know what “biscoff” spread is? I don’t think that we get that where I live and so can it be substituted with some thing else, maybe Nutella? Thanks.

    • Kim says

      Actually I see that it is more like a peanut butter spread? Correct? We don’t get it in South Africa. Can I just use peanut butter or isn’t that going to work? Thanks.

      • says

        Hi, Kim. Biscoff is a cookie spread. It kind of tastes like a cinnamon gingerbread cookie in a smooth creamy form. It is so delicious! Peanut butter is a little thicker, so you probably won’t need that extra 1/4 cup of flour that gets added to the divided dough. But yes, you could use peanut butter in place of the Biscoff just fine :-) I hope you enjoy the cookies!!!

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